@IMPORT Imani Milele Children



Your support allows you to create a meaningful relationship with them. As a sponsor, you communicate love and encouragement through letters, photos, packages, and even visits! When you sponsor, every dollar goes directly to meeting your sponsored child's needs. 

Sponsorship Shares Explained

Due to the increased cost of living in Uganda, it now costs more than $35 a month to meet all the needs of one child; that's why we introduced sponsorship shares. SPONSORSHIP SHARES enable multiple sponsors to share the total cost of taking care of one child. 

Realizing that not every sponsor will have the ability to meet the required total monthly cost of taking care of one child, it’s the reason why we introduced Sponsorship Shares. As a sponsor, you have the option of taking up all the SHARES of one child if you so choose. Depending on the academic level of the child, the number of SHARES will differ since the costs vary.


Faith Ajiambo

Losing her father at a very tender age doesn’t prevent Faith from wearing a smile all the time.  He was involved in a car accident which killed hi...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Fatuma Nakalwowa

I live with my father and siblings in a small village of Malindi in Eastern Uganda. Mother left us 3 years ago to go look for a job in the city but she has n...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Favour Kamukama

My parents separated when I was 4 months old. I live with my aunt and 3 cousins. My aunt’s husband separated from her. My aunt struggles to provide for...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Florence Nantumbwe

Florence is the fourth born in the family of six children, two boys, and four girls. They live with their parents who are unemployed and struggle to provide ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Francis Kakooza

Francis is born in a family of two girls and one boy. At the age of one year, Francis’ father passed away and he is now living with his mother and his ...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Francis Muhumuza

I live with my paternal aunt and her husband in a small village of Kitongo in Western Uganda. I lost both my  parents at a young age. My aunt takes care...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Francis Mulindwa

I live with my brother, mother and grandparents in Malindi, Buikwe District in Eastern Uganda. My parents separated in 2014. Mother sometimes takes us to liv...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Frank Kalekeezi

Frank is the second born of 6 boys and 3 girls.   His parents separated because his father is a drunkard and his mother left the children under the...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Frank Kawaga

I live with my parents and siblings. My parents are  very poor and my father has an infection with his eyes which sometimes hinders him from doing work....

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Frank Ssenyonga

My father got a mental breakdown and can’t do anything to support the family. My mother struggles to pay house rent, treat my  father, and take ca...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored

Fred Makanga

Fred is the first born of the three children in his family having one sister and one brother. He lost his mother in 2007 and this affected him so much but the father who is a carpenter recently ...

0 of 6 Shares Sponsored

Fred Muwanga

I live with my siblings and parents in a small village in Kitongo, Eastern Uganda. My parents are unemployed but grow crops like corn, beans, plantain, sweet...

0 of 5 Shares Sponsored